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multinationals like hp, intel, cisco, and chevron are doing well in china. they're making money in china. at the same time, as the close relationship is going on, many chinese companies are working in san francisco in california. i would like to name a few. the tsl, ciuts, just to name a few. these are successful chinese companies working here. as the american companies in china, the chinese companies working in california in san francisco are also making contributions to job creation and the development of the economy in local areas. we're thinking these are very good signs. as the previous speakers mentioned, we paid a visit to the united states last february. governor brown proposed that we set up a working group for the u.s., a state, and china provinces to cooperate. we call this a working group, a joint working group of provinces and the states. at that time, the vice president made a very good, very positive response for the proposal. after the vice-president returned to china, we worked very hard on the proposal and my visit this time is to further the proposal. to make further f
had a rough time. >> until you turn on cnn. craig: well, things are all right. i like mesh. do you live center hp >> i reside here. craig: near los angeles? >> yeah. craig: do you go to that big supermarket in west hollywood? >> actually i feel like i'm in mordor. this is east of where -- i usually live west. craig: as said, i'm a gryffindor. i don't know what you're talking about. occasionally that -- over there give massachusetts whomp. -- me a whomp. do you want an apple? >> what will happen if it eat it? craig: why don't you eat it and find out. craig: rhona mitra. we'll be right back. >> how the hell did they get a track on you? >> i don't know. they could have got one of you, michael. >> we sweep this place every day. we are clean. michael, you need to rest. >> that's not true. we need to find his men and take them all auto. >> i will decide who the target is and when you are fit for duty. >> yes, ma'am. >> it come be to build a bomb. we need to find out exactly what he is planning and shove it down fast. [ dollar ] that's me -- l50858544p. but i'm not just a number. i have
it your advice is not that useful. you have to be in the swim. like looking at hp but not being interest there and giving us advice. it's not that helpful unless you're in the middle of it. >> there is tonight's money matters, wall street give as proveal to a plan to boost the european economy. the dow jones shot up by more than 244 points. and today european central bank agreed to buy unlimit amount of bonds from country as agreeing to strict economic reforms. and there is a private equity firm thain vested in solyndra stands to lose $900 million or so but will be able to cut their tax bill by more than $300 million. and albert son's announced plans to close more than two dozen stores. and says the stores have under performed and will be shuttered. >> and. >> today, amazon with the second generation of the popular kindel fire. and you might just call it the kindel fire fail. the ceo proudly held up not one, but two tablet devices. one is a sequel to the rinl nal kindel fire. the other is a nine inch competitor to the ipad. both among cheapest you can buy. >> this is i think going to hel
will continue to outexecute competitors like del and hp and gain shares. agree or disagree? >> disagree. there are a number of reasons. part of the reason is currency issues are out of control. we still see problems with the euro and u.s. and don't think that cured its problem with ibm. the secondary concern is bichl is 11% of diamond's earthquakes tf. if you do have some macro event where the markets sell off it will impact ibm more than competitors not in so many indices. >> quickly, is hp and dell the computer sect now? they don't make computers now. >> that's a tough sell. if it was 1998. >> take a look at the shares the past month. they are up better than 25% on gamestop. agreed or disagree? >> undecided, throw a little wrench in there. not against the rationale. it was up 25% this month after being down 25% coming into it. it's flat over a three month period. the whole rationale for the upgrade is more games are coming out and more titles are coming out. for that to really work, why don't you buy the component. they have a licensing agreement with the largest selling game of the h
warms up at henry's highlife but nothing like when the sharks are planned at h-p pavilion >>> taxicabs and hotels and bars and restaurants a huge moneymaker for san jose having the sharks their >>> tonight that huge moneymaker on hold the sharks are locked out after owners and players failed to reach a contract during this fan says owners and players cannot think about everyone else >>> people up and down the st. and get into the game they lose out that business those are the kinds of things these millionaires and billionaires don't think >>> it brings revenue to all the people in the area the sharks are bed that stadium was packed when we go >>> chart 10: 17,000 fans many come downtown early and stay late to visit local restaurants and bars >>> 41 home games and for going the sharks at more during the playoffs it makes all season different you have businesses that staff can search extra for game night >>> downtown association is optimistic but he admits no reason to be >>> training camp opens in a week from today, or we from yesterday we'll between now and then they make a deal and we
reporter don knapp explains the financial impact. >>> dinner hour winds up saturday evening, nothing like a night when the sharks are playing at h-p pavilion >>> taxicab drivers hotels the bars and restaurants a huge moneymaker for san jose having the sharks their >>> as of tonight the huge moneymaker on hold the sharks and hockey teams across the country locked out after owners and players failed to make a contract. fans say the owners and players not thinking about everybody else >>> they're losing out the business those are the kinds of things millionaires and billionaires don't think of >>> brings revenue to all the people in the area the sharks are big that stadium is packed everytime we go >>> the shark tincal 17,000 fans and for games many come down early and stay late, and joined local restaurants and bars >>> 41 home games and the sharks at more for the playoffs, it makes the whole season different. you have businesses that staff of 30 percent extra on game nights >>> all hope to avoid the season killing lockout the downtown association sky niece is optimistic but as a reason to
of turnaround pin they're trying to get people in there to shop. they're giving free haircuts. >>mark: h-p is cutting 2000 jobs. you have talked about this before. you like this strategy. >>rob: wall street likes big cuts in once. parsley i do not need any more hate mail. is that for my real estate because i have real-estate in that area creeks or paying attention to it. 2016 is for the turnaround to become complete >>mark: do think h-p will have a successful turnaround? >>rob: keep your money and ibm and pay attention to h- p. >>darya: let's get to shun him. john >>dan: john >>pam: john >>dan: by lunchtime the fog tracker 4 shows that the fog will be clear. as for the temperature is come up your waking up to the widespread '50s. we will see some '70s and '80s by 12:00 noon. we will see it warm up with a more eighties by 3:00 p.m.. has taken lookit the numbers around the bay. here are the afternoon highs in as to take a look at the seventh day of around the bay it shows that it will get hot starting and thursday. we do have a new way for you to get the kron 4 forecast a 24-7. good to kron
the hp pavilion. >> it gets super busy and when they went into the finals we were like swamped in here, it was like packed. >> definitely for all the restaurants, infinity sushi, gip polely -- they are all going to feel it because this neighborhood during the middle of the week is dead. >> and they walk the star players there signing with hockey leagues with russia and europe during the lock out. >>> in washington d.c., the giant panda has finally given birth to a cub from knife failed -- five failed pregnancies. she welcomed her cub and it was the product of artificial inn sent nation. she will check the cub after the mother has had time to bond with it and she will not eat or drink or come out of her den for at least a week. >>> demonstrators are observing one year since the movement began. we will also explore how the protests have changed the country and how they have not. thank you for trusting ktvu channel 2 morning news. we'll see how the news breaks. we are here on www.ktvu.com and also on mobile www.ktvu.com. s more than a leading whitening toothpaste. so with colgate optic wh
of the things that i know a iym8)-"tqi páhp possibility is'y in five, 10 years, -- let's take five years as an example. the board of supervisors would like to look at how this is working. is there a mechanism by which the that? i do notdq++ know that there's something here that allows the board to do that, but is there something that would preclude the board looking into, you know, how this is going? >> i do nothing -- there is nothing in the charter that would preclude an analysis of the impacts of the package of measures or the funding stream, with the ramifications of this effort has been. obviously, the things that are in the charter and prescriptive in the charter, it would take an amendment to the charter to overturn. it is structureda|ñ firmly in te charter language itself. but, obviously, analysis is something we would be doing as a matter of course, and the board of supervisors would be able to as well. supervisor campos: thank you very much. i just want to note, in terms of my take on this at this point or where i am, as i indicated at the outset of this discussion, i do want
consumers plenty of choices. hp says it wants to jump back in, acquiring palm two years ago and then, dropped out of the market. ah's ceo was asked on fox business network if she likes the maker of the black berry to help accelerate entry into smart phone autos we've got to try to create our own device. >> that suggests hp might use web os operating system putting it in competition with apple's ios and google's android. >> i don't know if there is room for a fourth brand. >> and we're going wait and see there is apple and there is research in motion in, trouble. >> the market could use another leader and going to come in to take control. hp could be that company. the smart phone would have to be cool. many give employees a choice of models or let them use their own. >> if there is a clunky phone for work stuff, and... they've got a cool down they bought, work goes into the drawer and cool phone back in the pocket. >> hp has an image of a supplier of computers and printers to business. >> i kind of see this computers and printers so that is odd. i see to try it and there is apple that
at it and try it. >>reporter: hp will be expand ing into smart phones at the same time it's laying off 29,000 employees. it is apple that like to call this the post p c era. with whitman announcement it's clear the are smart phone as part of the future product mix for hp. this is 7 news. >>> we have lovely weekend in store for us. a little warmer tomorrow even spencer. >> that's true. is in and warm from coast to the inland area and that will probably be the last of this kind of warmth. but it's back. around the end of next week. leif view from the high definition the which camera with we. sutro. yes. looking out over san francisco. lovely view. looking at the bay bridge. downtown san francisco. clear skies over the bay. of the inland area and along some coastal stretches as well. look at live doppler 7 hd see we have a little fog up against some parts of the coast license. clear nature. mild one in most locations. cooling down here in the city right now. 56 degrees in san francisco and of course half man bay 55 but we have got 60's just about everywhere else. 57 at santa
invented that. it's like a sauna in here. helping you save, even if it's not with us -- now, that's progressive! call or click today. no mas pantalones! try capzasin-hp. it penetrates deep to block pain signals for hours of relief. capzasin-hp. take the pain out of arthritis. >>> bottom of the hour now. welcome back everyone. i'm randi kaye. here are some of the stories we are watching now. isaac is now weaker but dumping a lot of rain. ? a strange twist, it's what the midwest needs. as we speak, isaac is moving through the u.s. crippled by drought this summer. not before leaving hundreds of thousands in the dark along the gulf coast and killing at least four people. the scene, certainly one of heart break. mitt romney may have beat him to the scene, but president obama heads to louisiana monday to see the damage for himself. >>> louisiana was one of the stops for romney as he tries to build on the momentum from the republican convention. jim acosta has more. >> reporter: randi, instead of visiting three battleground states, romney made a surprise visit to new orleans to see the s
phones but you have something up your sleeve? will we see an hp's smart phone to grab attention? >> in this end i would like to provide all away from the most fabulous work stations and we took over the no. one position from apple from desktops to laptops to tablets and convertibles but we did take the detour into smart phones. my mantra is better right than faster we should be there. we are working to make sure when we do this it will be the right thing for a hewlett-packard and we will be successful. liz: not if but when from hewlett-packard? >> we have to offer a smart phone because in many countries that is your first computing device. there are countries where people may never of a tablet or a pc above do everything on the smart phone. we are a competing company and have to take advantage of that. liz: into a hole area, would you ever license it out? >> what we decided to do with the operating system that was embedded in palm and the framework that allows developers to develop one application and rolled across operating systems we have an open source which means everyone ca
see. like whole roasted nuts, chewy granola, and real fruit. nature valley trail mix bars. 100% natural. 100% delicious. try capzasin-hp. it penetrates deep to block pain signals for hours of relief. capzasin-hp. take the pain out of arthritis. >>> welcome back. we have a pbig week ahead. on monday, president obama is going to louisiana, he's going to view the storm damage from hurricane isaac. as you know, romney beat him to the punch there. he was there earlier, but obama will go. on tuesday, the famous book called "no easy day," written by the navy s.e.a.l. that's expected to come out. it was supposed to come out on 9/11. we of course is been following the developments because the navy s.e.a.l. who written the book could face federal charges. also on tuesday, the democratic national convention kickf.
to run 20 games or something like that. >> it's a fun, social atmosphere. without it, it's just kind of just another day. >> reporter: now, not only will all of those downtown businesses suffer, but so will all of the hp pavilion employees and vendors who work during the hockey games. training camp was supposed to start on the 21st of this month with opening day being on october 11th. there was no bargaining between the two sides today so there's really nothing to stop a lockout from happening. live in san jose, nbc bay area news. >> shocking that it's the fourth time. thank you very much. >>> next at 5:00, a lifeline for homeless veterans where vets can get help with everything from free hair cuts to hot meals. >>> and it is a wine-making first in the bay area. why a rabbi from the east coast traveled west to make the next jewish holiday an even more festive one. >>> and good evening from the nbc bay area weather center. this evening another warm day across the bay area. hang on. change is on the way. we're getting rid of the 90s that reached up in fairfield today. and also that mar
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likely to have web addiction symptoms. no. 3, toyota and subaru teaming up to create a hybrid car, it runs on a 200hp flat 4 cylinder, comes in one model for $25,000, the only options an upgraded stereo and automatic transmission. no. 2, it may be august, but toys r us will waive its lay-away service fee and minimum purchase requirement to hold items for customers. wal-mart is also expanding its lay-away program, but those fees there will remain. no. 1 tonight, the iphone 5 could be out just in a few weeks. apple invited reporters to attend a news conference in san francisco september 12th. the i-phone 5 is rumored to have a larger screen and include both hardware and software upgrades and i understand siri will be sticking around. that's a look at tonight's fox 5 top five. >> hurricane isaac may be gone, but the clean-up is still going on in places like alabama. workers on dauphin island using tractors to scoop up sand, dump it off the roadways, thousands in alabama lost power during the storm. the local mayor there expects electricity to be restored by the end of the week. a lot
, to cut costs, hp announced it now plans to slash 29,000 jobs, by october of next year. investors like mark zuckerberg, giving the thumbs up after zuckerberg gave a talk about the company's ad exchange. helps marketers, target consumers. a new feature on facebook and could help the site. the 30-minute talk, translated into, more than $6 billion in additional market valuation for the company. facebook shares up 6.2% today. at $22. way down from the $3 ipo in may. but showing signs of improvement. >> the younger brother of yahoo! ceo is in legal trouble. mason meyer arrested for three fellows last fall. after his ex-girlfriend said she beat her. myers struck a plea deal with prosecutors today. the 34-year-old pleaded guilty to reduced charge of misdemeanor false imprisonment. his ex-girlfriend said she didn't report the alleged domestic violence because meyer threat tuned use his family's power and influence to ruin her name. the 31-year-old was represented by gloria allred. >>> august a busy month for the real estate market. data quick released numbers showing nine county region posted
.com. nature valley trail mix bars are made with real ingredients you can see. like whole roasted nuts, chewy granola, and real fruit. nature valley trail mix bars. 100% natural. 100% delicious. try capzasin-hp. it penetrates deep to block pain signals for hours of relief. capzasin-hp. take the pain out of arthritis. >>> okay. we are back with serena williams. suze orman, gale king, lara spencer. what a pleasure to meet with you tonight. really appreciate you fwiz coming. interesting question to wind it down with. two women, kim kardashian, kate middleton. kim kardashian, like her or not, has made it on her own versus kate middleton who has theoretically married into her celebrity and her wealth. who is more more of a role model for our daughters? suze? >> well, if you didn't know -- just on surface because this is -- who knows them really? i have to say it would be kate middleton, because of how she conducts herself, and in the same way i think she has the ability to be another princess di. >> let me challenge that for a second in that not everybody is going to have the option of marrying a
tuesday. today's winner will experience "batman" like never before. one lucky viewer will win two tickets to see it live at stay's hp pavilion. you can join the show -- . >> and stay with us. we'll have more on the officer- involved shooting. that's our report. with just a few ingredients you have an easy dinner... pillsbury crescent dogs... school night ideas made easy. that's been wrapped in a flaky crust stuffed with a gooey center toasted up all golden brown then given a delicious design? a toaster strudel. pillsbury toaster strudel. so delicious...so fun. welcome to "right this minute." i'm beth troutman, and we have videos first. some folks giving a tv interview suddenly spot something. >> that's what he was, buddy was looking at. >> it's a naked guy. >> find out about the mystery man who walked out of the woods. >>> the video shows an army sergeant undergoing what some call a rite of
. but things are starting to turn around because of business people like you. and regions is here to hp. with the experience and service to keep things rolling. from business loans to cash management, we want to be your partner moving forward. so switch to regions. and let's get going. together. >>> the whole country watched as america won the most medals at the olympics in london but for every athlete who gets a moment on the biggest stage, there are hundreds who come up just short. and this is the subject of a new movie out today called "backwards" about a woman who is forced to really let go of her olympic dream and get a second start on life. >> i just started morning practices. >> you heard correctly. >> do they think that's necessary? >> excuse me? >> i mean you're only in high school, abby. you remember what that's like. >> uh-huh. >> so ease up on them. >> i was under the impression you wanted them to win. >> i do. but they're not used to the kind of training you are. >> they're training. >> i know that. >> they're great. >> it's not the olympics. >> the guy is james van der bee
... but only for a limited time! try as much as you like, any way you like! like parmesan crusted shrimp just $14.99. i'm ryan isabell and i sea food differently. try capzasin-hp. it penetrates deep to block pain signals for hours of relief. capzasin-hp. take the pain out of arthritis. >>> president is taking some heat from both sides of the aisle for not achieving more bipartisanship in the first term especially with the ime pornt campaign pledge in 2008. in an exclusive interview with our own jessica yellin, the president said that some nights he could have been out patting the backs and shaking the hans s and that kind of othing, but he said he was working on some work/life balance. listen. >> sometimes michelle and i not do ing the circuit and going out to the dinners with folks is perceived as us being cool. it actually really has more to do with us being parents. when we are in up to here in washington in the evening, 6:30 we want to be at the dinner table with our kids. >> jessica yellin also spoke with the president's closest advisers and friends and tonight, check out "obama revealed
-hp. it penetrates deep to block pain signals for hours of relief. capzasin-hp. take the pain out of arthritis. >>> joining me is dan balz, chief correspondent for "the washington post" and chief white house correspondent jessica yellin. we would like to go through step by step what happened and jessica has, and i have not seen it, but a great documentary sort of tracking president obama's story and one of the things that -- i don't know what the question was, but it went to the exact same thing like how is it going to be any different in a second term than a first term if the mix is still the same, and here is what the president said. >> my hope is that getting past this election, people will have an opportunity to maybe step back and say, you know what, the differences that divide us are not as important as the common bonds that we have as americans, and some of that i'm sure will require additional effort on my part, and hopefully we will see more effort on the other side as well. >> but isn't that really the question. we have both candidates running around saying, here is my budget and her
investors. let's head back to the hp labs in palo alto for this story. liz? liz: one of the things we do in "3 days in the valley" not only profile the bigwigs like meg whitman of hewlett-packard but startups. box.com is the perfect example. i want to introduce you to the founder and ceo. his name is aaron leave very. when i look how much money you got in investment, 280 million people in funding. that says the people in the valley think you have a good deal. what is box.com? explain to our viewers? >> sure we've been fortunate to have investors like marc andreessen and, so, some institutions and firms that really have invested in a lot of the future of interprize software an technology. what we do at box we help businesses manage and store and share their data anywhere from any device and with anyone. we have about 13 million users on the platform. about 92% of the fortune 500 users use box in some way. we're really trying to power the next generation of businesses that will do marketing and sharing their date. liz: they have a list of customers anywhere from proctor & gamble to stanfor
romney received from the republican convention. a cnn poll of likely voters show the president with a 52- 46% advantage. that is a 4% bounce for the president. romney saw a 1% bounce when they were both tied at 48% in that same poll. >> hp revealed today plans to cut two thirds more jobs than first announced. they said in a filing it'll cuts 29,000 jobs by october 2014. that's more than the 27,000 announce in may. there is no explanation for the increase. hp said in may it expects some of them to come through in early are tirement. on wall streets stocks slipped ahead of a key meeting this week. the dow dropped 52, led by atropa in apple. weaker than expected manufacturing data from china pushed today's slide. >>> in 30 minutes tens of thousands of schoolteachers walk off the job. why it's getting so much attention on the presidential campaign trail. >> bay area air quality managers are now admitting mistakes were made in warning the public about chevron fire. they held a meeting today to talk about that fire that broke out on august 6th in richmond. they say they were working on an e
than any other city. master's degreese than any other city. there are people like me better middle-class white people. there are a lot of people that work for h-p, advanced energy, and they think they're doing really good and everything is ok. did you meet their kids and find out of both parents are working and barely making it. -- then you meet their kids and find out both parents are barely making it. guest: brother john has a very powerful point. we've seen middle-class drop into the poor. they're now living in their cars. they lost jobs over which they have no control. they lost their jobs, home, health care and found themselves on the street. most importantly it is a matter of recognizing there is of growing group called the working poor. you would think it would be oxymoron neck in a proxy society, but more and more working poor. the working poor people who are engaged in unbelievable sacrifice and still wrestling with poverty. the notion that poor people are lazy, that is part of the stereotype and dehumanizing of poor people. host: a tweet for you. we import low-wage labor,
: why do you call yourself a new poor? >> guest: there's people like me who are white, middle-class people and a lot of people in this town who work for hp adalat, lsi advanced energy and you think you're doing really good and everything saw hunky-dory. with any meet their kids and find out both parents are working and barely making it. >> host: cornell west. >> guest: brother john has a very, very powerful point. the middle-class is strapping into ranks of the poor. once make it $150,000 and now in their cars, god bless you. they love jobs over which they had no control. plus their jobs, home, health care and found themselves on the streets. i think most importantly it's a matter of recognizing that there is a growing group called the working poor. and you would think it be a society where more and more working people. we spent time talking about the minimum wage. the working poor are engaged in unbelievable sacrifice and still rescuing the poverty. poor people are lazy and that's part of the stereotype of the part of demonizing of poor people and marginalizing and dehumanizi
-- >> host: john, why do you call yourself neauveau poor? >> guest: because there's people like me who are white middle class people, and there's a lot of people who work for hp, lsi, advanced energy, and you'd think they're doing really good and they're really, you know, everything's all hunky-dory. well, then you meet their kids, and you find out both parents are working, and they're barely making it. >> host: cornel west. >> guest: brother john has a very, very powerful point that on our tour we've seen middle class dropping into the ranks of the poor. once making $150,000, now living in their cars. they lost jobs -- god bless you -- they lost jobs over which they had no control. they lost their jobs, lost their home, lost their health care and found themselves on the streets. i think most importantly it's a matter of recognizing that there is a growing group called the working poor, and you would think it would be oxymoronic in a prosperous society. but more and more working poor. one reason why we spend so much time talking about the minimum wage and the increase of the minimum wa
moving forward, unlike my opponent who is still trying to promote this same outdated ideas like kindergarten is bad that he did in 1996. >> moderator: and we're going to go now to mike cody from the union leaders. >> moderator: this is a question from an h-p our listener. the new hampshire legislature voted to cut state funding for the university system by almost 50 percent. higher education, but not only here but in the country. what is your position on state funding for higher education in general and the university system in particular? >> well, first of all, they made the decision in the last legislation. i got to prioritize funding, for example, for individuals with disabilities as opposed to funding, creating more funding for the state university system. i think we need to continue to look at reforming our delivery system there. it is still too bureaucratic. i think working with our leaders at the university system level. on the other hand, to the extent we are augmenting dollars from the stated should go for tuition support to provide access to students who are of modern
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